Internet #202527103

Model # 2202-20

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Non-Contact Voltage Tester

  • Use for residential and industrial applications up to 1000-volts
  • Includes a built-in LED work light for added convenience
  • Easy to use design with power-on indicator
$ 19 00

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Product Overview

  • Use for residential and industrial applications up to 1000-volts
  • Includes a built-in LED work light for added convenience
  • Easy to use design with power-on indicator
The Milwaukee 2202-20 Voltage Detector with LED is used for residential, commercial and industrial applications. The 2202-20 can detect between 50 and 1000-Volt AC and has an industry leading safety rating of CAT IV 1000-Volt. With a built in bright LED work light; the 2202-20 is two tools in one. The durable tip allows for easy checking of power outlets. The 2202-20 is also designed with a green "Power On" indicator light so you know the voltage detector is working properly before use. Includes 2 AAA batteries.

Product Overview

  • Use for residential and industrial applications up to 1000-volts
  • Includes a built-in LED work light for added convenience
  • Easy to use design with power-on indicator
Model #: 2202-20
Internet #: 202527103

The Milwaukee 2202-20 Voltage Detector with LED is used for residential, commercial and industrial applications. The 2202-20 can detect between 50 and 1000-Volt AC and has an industry leading safety rating of CAT IV 1000-Volt. With a built in bright LED work light; the 2202-20 is two tools in one. The durable tip allows for easy checking of power outlets. The 2202-20 is also designed with a green "Power On" indicator light so you know the voltage detector is working properly before use. Includes 2 AAA batteries.

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Brand Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee
Name Voltage Detector Non-Contact Voltage Tester Test and Measurement Large Meter Case 1000-Volt Dual Range Non-Contact Voltage Detector
Price
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Ratings (77) (115) (24) (87)
Display Type Analog LED No Display LED
Control Type Digital Manual/Analog Digital Digital
Test Meter Type Voltage Tester Voltage Tester Voltage Tester Voltage Tester
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25 in
Product Height (in.)
9 in
Product Width (in.)
3 in

Details

Battery Power Type
Alkaline
Battery Size
AAA
Control Type
Manual/Analog
Display Type
LED
Electrical Tools Features
Audible Alert,Handheld
Measures/Detects
Voltage
Number of Batteries Required
2
Product Weight (lb.)
0.19lb
Returnable
180-Day
Test Meter Type
Voltage Tester
Tools Product Type
Test Meter

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25 in
Product Height (in.)
9 in
Product Width (in.)
3 in

Details

Battery Power Type
Alkaline
Battery Size
AAA
Control Type
Manual/Analog
Display Type
LED
Electrical Tools Features
Audible Alert,Handheld
Measures/Detects
Voltage
Number of Batteries Required
2
Product Weight (lb.)
0.19lb
Returnable
180-Day
Test Meter Type
Voltage Tester
Tools Product Type
Test Meter

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years

Questions & Answers

what is the volt range...from what to what....?

Asked by: nickman
http://www.milwaukeetool.com/instruments/inspection-and-detection/2200-20 50v - 1000v. Order the 2203 if you need the extra 10-50v range for low voltage circuits.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2018-04-26

what is the difference between this and the 2200-20?

Asked by: Rob
This one has an light that shines on your work sight
Answered by: Super
Date published: 2018-03-01

Does this unit test 12V DC ?

Asked by: Frank
no, this detector will do 50 VAC to 1000VAC only
Answered by: MilwaukeeElectric
Date published: 2018-09-26

Work on knob and tube wire in the middle of a run?

I have a bunch of knob and tube wires running in the attic. My guess is most are active but a few are not. Is it possible to use this and old it up to each wire, middle of run, to see if it has power? If not what term/title do I search to find something that will work for this purpose?
Asked by: Jeremy
You can use a voltage sniffer to check the various wires. Be sure and check both sides of the circuit as only one will set off the sniffer. Knob and Tube is very safe wiring assuming the jacket is not dried out as the wires are a foot or more apart as they run about the building for the most part. Use Knob and Tube in Google and you will find more information than you could ever want or need on the subject.
Answered by: Teeds
Date published: 2018-04-26
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